Our 2021 in Numbers!
2021 went by in a flash, but not before our team hit some really great numbers! Before we get too far into 2022, we wanted to take a moment to reflect back on all the milestones we hit in the past year and share some of our favorite numbers with you. Thank you for continuing to support InVivo Biosystems and include us in your research journey. We can’t wait to see what 2022 has in store for us! Learn more
How Probiotics are Being Used to Combat COVID-19
Beyond research into vaccines and traditional therapeutics, the medical community is exploring other ways of helping to prevent, and reduce, symptoms of COVID-19. One promising supplement is a common probiotic. In this article we will discuss the studies that have been conducted, their findings, and answer the question: who could benefit from taking probiotics?
A Look Back: Sharing Some of our Customer’s Successes
As we head into 2022, we are reflecting on the exciting projects we’ve been involved with over the past few years, and the engrossing conversations we’ve had. To hear full-length versions of these conversations check out our 17 Minutes of Science podcast page.
The In (vitro, vivo, silico)s and Outs of Research
Experiments fall into three categories – in vivo, in vitro, and in silico studies, and all of them have a different, but important role in research. This article will give a brief definition of each category and an overview of their research applications.
The Discrepancy Between Sexes: Clinical Models & Clinical Trials
Pharmaceutical drugs go through a rigorous process that tests their safety and efficacy before gaining FDA approval and being put on the commercial market. Traditionally, preclinical trials utilize mammalian models before clinical trials are performed (mammals are considered the gold standard of trials). But are these trials serving everyone? This article will discuss the pervasive inequality between the male and female sexes in drug development and what can be done about it.
What is the new Split hygromycin method? How does it differ from MosSCI? How can we use it to help you?
In 2020 a new method of inserting transgenes into the genome of C. elegans was introduced to the field, and was quickly adopted by InVivo Biosystems. In this article we will discuss the new Split hygromycin method, how it differs from the traditional MosSCI method, and what benefits this new method has both for us in the InVivo Biosystems lab, and for our customers.
- An extract of Rosaceae, Solanaceae and Zingiberaceae increases health span and mobility in Caenorhabditis elegans
- Confocal Microscopy Adult Zebrafish The Discovery of Cranial Neural Crest Cells Is a Watershed Moment in Head Development Research
- Easing blood clotting without bleeding side effects through a new pathway
- Scientists film how the brain makes memories – opening the door for new PTSD treatment
- Compounds in hemp block COVID-19 from entering human cells
- In a First, Man Receives a Heart From a Genetically Altered Pig
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